Ralph Kiner was one of the game’s most feared sluggers in the late 1940s and early 50s but acquiring all of his Bowman baseball cards isn’t a costly proposition.
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Former Mets’ clubhouse man Charlie Samuels avoided jail time by admitting he owned a huge collection of memorabilia that wasn’t his to keep.December 13, 2011 By
Topps digs what the San Francisco Giants organization is doing.December 9, 2011 By
Amelie Mancini fell head over heels for baseball five years ago. Now she’s using her unique artistic skills for an artsy set of cards that debuts with ‘Bizarre Injuries”.May 12, 2011 By
Charlie Samuels had over $2 million worth of baseball memorabilia stashed away after working in the New York Mets’ clubhouse. Unfortunately, police say he stole it.February 3, 2011 By
All but a few lots offered in a recent catalog sale found new homes, including some big ticket modern era cards.April 2, 2010 By
The New York Mets will open their Hall of Fame and Museum Monday with a variety of Mets memorabilia from 1962-present.December 29, 2009 By
Here is this week’s trivia contest. Answer all 7 questions correctly and you’ll be entered into a random drawing for a sports card box from Blowout Cards. For the second straight week, our winner is Eric Schmid of Kansas. The answers to last week’s questions are below. Remember, you have to get each part of […]July 10, 2006 By
The special pink Louisville Slugger used by Bill Hall to win a game on Mother’s Day went on the Major League Baseball auction block shortly afterward. The winning bid was a shocker, but maybe not when you consider who bought it and why.